But then on the blend components burly is checked off.Straight Up English is exactly what it sounds like: an English blend done the traditional way. No topping. No added flavors. Just red and bright Virginias and a healthy dose of Latakia. Straight Up.
Well that "hipster" is Jeremy Reeves, and he's the head blender at C&D. They make their blends by hand, and I'm not sure how something could be more authentic or crafted than that.Why does the marketing world think that if something is made by a hipster it is somehow more authentic or crafted?
It's a marketing signal for authentic, non-corporate, ethical, etc.Why does the marketing world think that if something is made by a hipster it is somehow more authentic or crafted?
What's wrong with corporate? C&D Merger comes to mind. Obviously, C&D has aspirations to become bigger, otherwise Tarlar wouldn't ever be able to retire. Small batch, yep it's a ploy, but you know the tobacco's going to be great, it's C&D. Haven't had a bad tin yet. I'm trying to find one.non-corporate
Personally, I think the corporate/non-corporate division is mostly nonsense, with one exception: "corporate" means big bloated non-responsive formerly excellent companies like Microsoft.What's wrong with corporate?